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Based on more than a decade of research spanning over 500 medical studies as well as almost three years of real-world testing, this program has the results – and the science – to back it up.
Liz Swann Miller, creator of The Red Tea Detox (Aspalathin), is a six-time best-selling author with over 10 years of experience as a practicing Naturopath (ND).
She discovered the unique recipe for this energizing tea, the foundation of the program, during her travels deep into the heart of Africa. And best of all, the ingredients are so common they can be found in virtually any store.
Reproduced here for the first time in the Western world, The Red Tea Detox passes on the recipe for this incredible tea in the form of a fully digital product, making it available to customers instantaneously.
What is The Red Tea Detox Program?
“I believe The Red Tea Detox is the breakthrough many people who have been struggling to lose fat have been waiting for. It is based on a delicious red tea, which I discovered in a remote area of Africa. This tea – which is not a ‘voodoo tea’ as some claimed but a real tea that you can make at home – works with your body’s natural fat-burning metabolism to help you lose weight – as much as 14 pounds in 14 days. That means you can lose weight with no doctor visits, no lectures about losing weight, no expensive pills, no starving yourself and no intense workouts.
With the program, you get everything you need to lose weight including the red tea recipe and all the sources for the 5 unique ingredients (which can be found at any grocery store for pennies).
You also get:
- A complete 14 day meal plan that includes recipes for satisfying your appetite and delicious snacks to halt any cravings instantly. The meal plan covers four phases: The Red Tea Detox Phase 1: Days 1 – 5; The Red Tea Detox Phase 2: Day 6; The Red Tea Detox Phase 3: Days 7 and 8; Phase 4: Calorie Restriction Based on BMR.
- The Red Tea Detox Workout, an exercise program which has the potential to almost double your fat-burning results.
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Rooibos Tea Administration Resulted in a Significant Reversal in the Stress-induced Inhibition in Body Weight Gain
A change in body weight is one of the well-known physical parameters that accompany the stress response. Therefore, to investigate the anti-oxidative effect of Rooibos tea on immobilization stress-induced body weight loss in a rat model, we monitored the body weight of rats from 4 weeks of age. As shown in Fig. 1, rats in the non-stressed control group that received regular water had a normal weight accumulation, whereas the weight gain in the group that received the immobilization stress was significantly lower than the control group. However, the administration of Rooibos-supplemented water significantly slowed the immobilization stress-induced body weight loss. As a result, at 4 weeks, the rats that received the immobilization stress lost on average 20% of their maximal body weight, whereas the body weight of the rats that received Rooibos-supplemented water with immobilization stress was reduced by 4%. Thus, treatment with the antioxidants in Rooibos tea significantly reversed the stress-induced weight loss in our immobilization stress animal model. See More Here
Aspalathin, a flavonoid in Aspalathus linearis (rooibos)
Authors: Kreuz S1, Joubert E, Waldmann KH, Ternes W.
Aspalathin, a dihydrochalcone and C-glycoside, is the most abundant flavonoid in rooibos (Aspalathus linearis), which is well known as an herbal tea in many countries. Aspalathin appears to have in vitro antioxidative and antimutagenic effects. To understand the effects of aspalathin in the body, research on the absorption in the intestinal tract, metabolism in the body, and identification of circulating metabolites in vivo is required. We investigated the metabolism of aspalathin to identify the parent compound and related metabolites in urine and plasma after orally administering a rooibos extract (16.3% aspalathin by 96 g rooibos extract, which equates to 1.1 kg dried rooibos material), produced from unfermented rooibos plant material, to pigs over a period of 11 days (oral dosage, 157-167 mg aspalathin per kg body weight daily). On days 7 and 11 of the study and days 1 and 2 after termination, urine was collected in 24-hour fractions, and plasma samples were collected at various time points. To our knowledge, this is the first time aspalathin metabolites have been identified in vivo, by presenting evidence of the absorption of aspalathin. Six substances identified in the urine by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry were identified; these represent aspalathin and the metabolites methylated aspalathin, glucuronidated aspalathin glucuronidated and methylated aspalathin, a glucuronidated aglycone of aspalathin, as well as a metabolite of eriodictyol. The latter compound was methylated and contained 2 glucuronic acid moieties. This study showed that aspalathin can be absorbed by the intestine as C-glycoside as well as being cleaved in an aglycone and sugar moiety. The major metabolite in the enzymatically treated samples was methylated aspalathin. Between 0.1% and 0.9% of the administered dose of aspalathin could be detected in the urine on days 7 and 11 of the feeding study. No metabolites or aspalathin were found in plasma samples. The identification of the metabolites in vivo enables investigations to determine the biological potential of rooibos extracts.
PMID: 19083477 DOI: 10.1016/j.nutres.2008.08.002
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